Rights & user management
No hassle when deciding who should have access to which documents — no one is overwhelmed, everyone has the information they need.
Attach as many files in as many formats as you like, to collect everything that’s useful for the contect of a doc. The attachments’ content is also parsed by search.
With tasks, you can request new knowledge from the right people or groups, and add what’s been missing.
Built-in review mechanisms help you keep knowledge up-to-date, rlevant, and correct — be it process instructions or ISO docs.
No communication breakdowns: documents in different languages are treated and managed as one unit.
Communication is King. Comments keep relevant persons in the loop and collaborating, elaborating on knowledge and keeping it alive.
Create templates for all similarly structured documents, like protocols or working instructions. Turn them into documents in a heartbeat.
Notifications are your backchannel to everyone involved, so everyone knows when there’s something new, when something changed, and why.
Use Matterial as software-as-a-service, in the cloud. We take care of the infrastructure, so you can manage your knowledge without worries.
As an option, install Matterial on your own servers, with your own database. Need to migrate and optimize data? We’re here to help.
Matterial is part of your work structure, your systems and tools. Sign in once, be logged in everywhere.
Knowledge hides in the most improbable places and sometimes you don’t have time to record it properly. So just take a photo, a voice memo or a note in Matterial and flesh it out later.
Use our API to publish content directly to your website, from your knowledge base. You groom and maintain it centralized and display selected content publicly.
Our editor runs on markdown — the fastest way to write and stay with the idea. The data format is reduced to the essence, so it’ll still be useable in decades.
When knowledge is confidential, data and access must be protected. For extra security, activate 2-factor-authentication.